Career Centre

Career Advisor 

Please visit Mrs. Soltys at the Career Centre located in the Counseling Department for information pertaining to  Post Secondary Institutions and Financial Awards application process or assistance with Resume composition.

Contact Information
email - korilea_soltys@sd33.bc.ca  
Phone - 604-795-7295 ext. 6024


Updates/Announcements

Rotary Youth Exchange Program is accepting application forms for this year. If you are interested in attending High School in another country pick up a form at the Career Centre.

SHAD Summer Enrichment Program is a month-long summer program, in-residence at one of our Canadian host universities, focused on STEAM.  

Encounters With Canada is a week spent in our Nation's capital.  

Forum For Young Canadians allows students to be a part of a week behind the scenes of the world of federal politics.

Explore Program  is a five-week intensive French immersion program for students with any skill level in French, in Grade 11 or higher.

 

Students from across Canada can get more information on school-to-work transitions, and information from people who have recently made the journey for themselves.

These profiles are published on an interactive mobile and web app where students can search for career information and take the relevant next steps.  Real Talk promotes multiple paths to success: there are profiles representing career fields leading from college, apprenticeship, university, and grad school as well as profiles of young Canadians who have gone straight to work after high school.

Tuition waiver for Youth In Care and former Youth In Care. 


Follow the SD33 Work Experience Department on twitter at WEX_33 for work experience opportunities to complete your 30 required work experience hours and WEX 12 hours. Currently there are opportunities for  Rotary Book Sale, Lions Club,Big Brothers and Sisters, Petey's Pumpkin Patch and the Chilliwack Library.


FINANCIAL AWARDS WORKSHOPS

December and January listen for announcements on dates and times. 

POST SECONDARY RESOURCES

EducationPlannerBC helps learners make well-informed decisions about their education and career options.

Check out WorkBC for job possibilities and career-building strategies

Grad Planner and the BC Dogwood Planner and the Handbook of Procedures for the Graduation Program for up to date information from the Ministry on all things Graduation.

The Grade 12 Monthly Checklist has all the important dates and deadlines for PSI and Awards.

 

Information & Announcements

Student Dress Code Survey

We would like your feedback on the most important things we should consider as we review the guidelines for a Chilliwack School District Dress Code. We are using an online platform called ThoughtExchange where you can share your thoughts independently and confidentially, and consider and rate thoughts shared by others. Note that the deadline for the forum is Tuesday, April 30, 2019.

Integrated Arts & Technology School Concept Feedback

We would like your feedback on the proposed Integrated Arts and Technology School of Choice. We are using an online platform called ThoughtExchange where you can share your thoughts independently and confidentially and consider and rate thoughts shared by others. The deadline date for the forum is Friday, May 3rd, 2019. All feedback will be collated and provided back to the Board of Education as per the Board motion that was passed on January 15, 2019.
 

Yearbook Selfies!


Do you want a picture of you and your friends in the Yearbook?  Let's fill the Selfie page! Upload your best group photo by following the instructions below.

Instructions: Follow the link below.  Upload school appropriate selfies for Yearbook.  Due to limited space, group photos will be given priority.

Web link: https://publicuploads.friesens.com

Username: 243574
Password: 243574


 

Student Dress Code

As a school, we are a place of business and students are expected to demonstrate good judgment in terms of appropriate dress. While on school property, students may not wear clothing that makes graphic or verbal reference to sex, drugs, alcohol or that is violent or discriminatory in nature. Students are to not wear clothing that is overly revealing.  Some examples of clothing that may not be acceptable are, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps and low necklines. In addition, shirts should be worn, and underwear should be covered.

Code of Conduct

The School Community at Chilliwack Secondary is encouraged to act in a responsible and socially acceptable manner.  Our goal is to provide opportunities for the optimum learning experience for all our students and staff in a safe and comfortable learning environment.